Accessing The Internet From Egypt

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Motorists navigate the morning rush hour in Chicago. Ford and other major automakers hope to install technology in cars that enables vehicles to communicate with one another to avoid crashes. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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New Car Technology Tells Tailgaters To Back Off

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The plotlines are complex and mysterious, but with time and effort, "you can unlock the secret," says Frank Lantz. Above, Serah's fiancee, Snow Villiers. Square Enix hide caption

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The Selective Subculture Of 'Fantasy' Gamers

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40 Years Later, Oregon Trail Winds Way To Facebook

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Digital Music Sampling: Creativity Or Criminality?

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Twitter, Facebook As Political Tools In Arab World

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Privacy At Stake As Sites Track Online Preferences

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In this screen capture, President Obama is seen live on the White House YouTube channel answering video and text questions on Feb. 1, 2010, after last year's State of the Union. AP hide caption

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Obama No Longer Leads The Pack On Social Media

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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler stands on the sideline in the third quarter after leaving the game with an injury against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. His decision to sit out of the remainder of the game, which Chicago lost, made Cutler the target of critical Tweets from his peers in the National Football League. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images hide caption

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In Age Of Tweets, NFL Learns 140 Characters Hurt

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Internet Helps To Hold Chinese Accountable

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This spring, Mattel plans to release Angry Birds Knock On Wood, a board game based on the wildly popular Angry Birds digital game. Courtesy of Mattel hide caption

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'Angry Birds' Flies Toward The Game Board

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Google Shakeup: Larry Page Back As CEO

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A Chinese customer checks out his newly purchased iPhone 4 at Apple's flagship store in Beijing. Mobile Internet use in China topped 300 million people in 2010. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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